Due to increased interest in voting by mail caused by concerns about COVID-19, the Johnson County Election Office will send advance voting by mail applications to every voter in the county in May, the office announced.
The mailing will include two applications, one each for the August and November elections. Instructions will be included for completing and returning the applications to the Election Office.
Johnson County voters who return the advance voting by mail applications will be mailed ballots for the Aug. 4 primary and Nov. 3 general elections. Ballots will begin mailing three weeks before Election Day.
Commonly called “no-excuse” voting by mail, registered voters in Kansas can vote by mail for any reason in any election.
For more info visit jocoelection.org.